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ago. former meat department employee laura roberto says she was continually sexually harassed by a male co-worker. she says the company investigated her claims but took no action against the co- worker. she later was fired for allegedly badmouthing another co-worker. through a translator, she described the alleged harassment. >> translator: he tried to hug me. he tried to kiss me. and he told me stuff, sexual, dirty stuff. >> we work really hard to create a really family environment, a respectful environment, so we have policies to address sexual harassment. >> she says other women who work at me pueblo complained they have been harassed by the same employee but are afraid to come forward. the store will investigate those claims. >>> the investigation continues into connecticut's deadly school shooting. as the community continues to lay its young victims to rest. >> and it is clear outside. but there is a chill in the air. ktvu meteorologist steve followsom will be up next to tell us how cold it is going to be and for how long. [ female announcer ] here's to a whole world of h
a makeshift shelter and call for help. laura rios was there. >> reporter: welcomed sight this christmas eve. carrying three snowshoers back to their families after two nights in the elements on mount hood. mark kelsey, margarita its strada and debra schindler set out on know shoes saturday morning with plans to camp in a hut that night for one of their birthdays. instead, they found the trail will washed out during the summer from flooding. >> the reality with that, the trail doesn't exist. we had to make our trail and that's what kept us out there longer, kept us pushing harder. we were across streams. >> reporter: cell phone was spotty but the group was able to call 911 sunday afternoon and give their gps coordinates. search teams set out that day but had to turn back because of bad weather. so the trio, all experienced, spent the night in a makeshift shelter near a tree. members of the group were moved to tears when talking about the moment rescuers found them four miles down the canyon from the highway. >> they were like angels coming down the road. they were because i really thought we
life. the stories are flu, but bullying is not. assembly member laura faced it has a child. did your school keep you safe? >> my school did not, no. i felt that i was alone in this. >> reporter: is it safe now? are we doing enough now? how would you respond? >> i would, you know, i would say we are not doing enough. >> reporter: since 1999 ten strait laws have passed, two went into effect in july and one provides a paper trail. we sifted through hundreds of federal discrimination complaints and struggled to find any that dealt directly with bullying and state says you won't find any in it's uniform complaint because it was included in the democracy of "discrimination." it is now. educators still advice people to go to teachers first. >> this law has a clause that requires teachers to intervene when safe to do so, when they witness an act of bullying and that is the first time that that issue has been codified in a sense. >> reporter: for the first time ever, a $400,000 school audit is underway. >> i want to see what is in place and what is working and what isn't, to see if the te
member laura faced it has a child. >> did your school keep you safe? >> my school did not, no. i felt i was alone in this. >> reporter: is did safe now? are we doing enough now? how would you respond? >> i would say i don't think we're doing enough. >> reporter: since 199 ten state laws about discrimination and bully having passed and two went into effect in july. one of those laws provides a paper trail. we sifted through hundreds of federal discrimination complaints and struggled to find any that dealt directly with bullying and the state says won't find any in the uniform complaints either because it wasn't included in the definition, but it is now. they still advise people to go to teachers. >> this law has a clause for teachers tover vein when safe to do so and when they witness a case of bulling whying. that is the first time that instance has been codified in a sense. >> reporter: the first time a $400,000 school audit is underway. >> he want to see what is in place and what is working and what isn't? to see if the teachers know what the rules are, know what the laws are and a
. >> protesters confronted management. former meat department employee laura says a male coworker continually sexually harassed her. they investigated but took no action. she was later fired for allegedly bad mouthing another worker. she described the alleged harassment. [ speaking in foreign language ] >> he tried to hug me, he tried to kiss me, told me stuff, sexual, dirty stuff. >> every single new employee goes through two hours of training. every year our team is retrained on sexual harassment. >> they say it will investigate the claims including allegations that other women have been harassed. >> back now to the breaking news, the lockdown at san jose city college. because of reports of an armed intruder, possibly on campus, robert honda has just arrived at the campus. you have new information? >> reporter: i've been on the phone with san jose police who are assisting the san jose city police. they are conducting a campus wide sweep right now. police say officers are going from building to building searching for this reported shooter on campus. police emphasize the initial call was from
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